Nestled in the beautiful Teme Valley, the Castle Inn lies on the border of Powys in Wales and Shropshire in England, and we are only a short distance from Offa’s Dyke and Glyndwr’s Way.
Nestled in the beautiful Teme Valley the Castle Inn lies on the border of Powys in Wales and Shropshire in England. A stunning stone viaduct lies at the heart of the village and we are only a short distance from Offa’s Dyke and Glyndwr’s Way.
How to get there
Knucklas railway station lies on the Heart of Wales Line and serves the village of Knucklas in Powys, Wales. The station is some 35 miles to the south west of Shrewsbury and is operated by Arriva Trains Wales. All passenger services calling at the station are also operated by Arriva Trains Wales
We are only 2 milies away from Knighton town. There is only local private hire taxi available.
More information Tel: 01547 528165
An 84-mile circular cycle route around the old county of Radnorshire, passing a number of railway stations on the scenic Heart of Wales railway line, including Knighton, Knucklas, Llangunllo, Llanbister Road and Llandrindod Wells. The route follows a mixture of country lanes, river valleys, traffic-free trails and mountain roads and offers spectacular views of some of the most awe-inspiring scenery in mid-Wales. It passes through some stunning landscapes, climbs over some strenuous passes and even has an optional off-road section for those that would prefer to ride it on a mountain